INDIANAPOLIS (AP) The Colts have agreed to a contract with longtime Eagles guard Todd Herremans, a move they hope will beef up their offensive line.
Terms of the deal were not immediately available Sunday.
The 6-foot-6, 321-pound veteran should help solidify the Colts' interior line. Starting guard Donald Thomas missed most of the last two seasons with injuries and last season, and Indy used three different starting centers last season.
Herremans was a model of consistency for most of his career in Philadelphia. He started 124 games over the past 10 seasons and has started at least six games at four different positions during his career.
But he finished last season on injured reserve after starting eight games.
This is the third straight offseason Indy has made the offensive line a priority.
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